This weekend, City Theatre is presenting a playwright's conference called CityWrights. The Drama Queen fill us in on the event, which includes playwrights Christopher Durang and Leslie Ayvazian reading some of their work. Also this weekend, one night only on June 16th Deco Drive's Louis Aguirre & SocialMiami's Aaron Glickman will star in a benefit reading of Sam Shepard's True West. All proceeds will be donated to the Miami Theater Center (formerly known as The PlayGround Theatre).
On the horizon; Cabaret Verboten at ArtsGarage, Standing on Ceremony at the Broward Center, and The Brand New Kid at the Kravis Center. Two of these three shows are produced at least in part by City Theatre.
Here's what's playing on a very very busy Scene this weekend:
Miami Stage Door Theatre opens Deathtrap at the Byron Carlyle Theater. It's Broadway's longest running murder mystery.
you still haven't missed...
New Theatre presents its production of A Bicycle Country at the Roxy Center for the Performing Arts through June 24, 2012.
The Edge of Our Bodies plays at Mosaic Theater through July 1, 2012.
Empire Stage presents Love Scenes through July 1.
The Immigrant plays at the Broward Stage Door Theatre through July 1, 2012. They're also offering Backwards in High Heels, the musical biography of Ginger Rogers.
The Alliance Theatre Lab presents Small Membership at the Main Street Playhouse through June 24, 2012.
The Andrews Living Arts Studio production of Avenue Q is selling tickets through June 23, 2012.
Don t Rain On Our Parade A Tribute To Barbara Streisand, Bette Midler, and Carole King
last chance to see...
City Theatre's 17th iteration of its famous Summer Shorts winds up its exclusive run at the Arsht Center through June 17, 2012. Don't look for it in Broward, or anywhere else.
Palm Beach Dramaworks' critically acclaimed production of David Auburn's Proof closes this Sunday, June 17, 2012.
The national tour of La Cage Aux Folles plays at The Broward Center through June 24, 2012. And we're not going to make any jokes about George Hamilton, because he's a hometown boy (West Palm Beach). We're fairly certain those stories of Burt Reynolds giving him wedgies between classes at Palm Beach High are just vicious rumors we thought up for our own amusement.